Category: Communique

Power to the People? Experiences of Populism in Europe and the Philippines

Join PHISO and the European Studies Association of the Philippines (ESAP) for the first two stops of our roundtable caravan on populism in Europe and the Philippines! The event will feature different speakers and perspectives per venue. First stop: Miriam College ESI Conference Room,…

Sixth Global International Studies Conference

Conference Website: https://www.wiscnetwork.net/argentina2020 Sixth Global International Studies Conference The ‘International’ Around the World: Multiple Voices, Alternative Orders Buenos Aires, Argentina 15-17 July, 2020 Venue: Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina (UCA) WISC in cooperation with UCA, Universidad de San Andrés and FLACSO Argentina cordially invite…

Compartmentalizing Culture? A Critical Examination of the Language/Culture Nexus in Foreign Language Teaching by Frances Antoinette C. Cruz

Recent explorations of the impact of globalization on the development of foreign language (FL) instructional materials invite us to revisit the meaning and purpose of ‘culture’ in foreign language teaching, as the complex nature of the term may entail widely divergent applications in policy…

July 31, last day to register for the #PHISO2019 conference

Please be reminded that July 31, 2019 is the last day to register for the #PHISO2019 international conference. We are no longer accepting walk-in payment/registration. Click here to register. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Cebu on November 9-10, 2019.

Congratulations, Frances Antoinette Cruz

PHISO gladly congratulates our President, Frances Antoinette Cruz, for being elected as board member of the Inter-Asia Cultural ​Studies Society (IACSS). PHISO, together with  the UP CIDS Decolonial Studies Program convenors, will have its roundtable discussion entitled “Exploring Decoloniality in the Philippines” at the IACSS…

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